Guidance and Love as Parents
Parents, though your child may feel, act, and even say they don’t need you as much during this time trust me they do.
They are changing physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Who better to guide them through this phase than the parent(s) that has been there guiding them up to this point.
Don’t let up now, remember this stage in your life and how you needed someone to assist you, someone to talk to, and or someone to glean from.
Show them the love, grace, and compassion they need as they transition from a child to an adult (though we know they’re not grown yet lol).
We must meet boys where they are, instead of where we want them to be—everyone is unique. So when they fail, don’t condemn them—encourage them to release their negative emotions and reflect on what they could have done better or need to do, so they can reset and move forward!Read More
Building healthy camaraderie is imperative for boys in a world that promotes individuality!Read More
I don’t know who this is for but I felt led by the Most High to post this video again after a man recently shared how it kept him from jumping off a pier. MEN, we cannot be strong all the time—just because something is wrong with you, doesn’t mean something is wrong with you.Read More
As a wounded young father in my early 30’s, I probably would have demeaningly called my son “lazy” for not holding his suit while we waited in line to purchase it.Read More
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